View Poll Results: What's Your Scrapbooking Style?

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  • Graphic & Clean

    104 49.06%
  • Shabby

    63 29.72%
  • Grungy

    12 5.66%
  • Funky & Bright

    24 11.32%
  • Heritage

    9 4.25%
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  1. #1

    What's your scrapbook style?

    What's your scrapbook style?
    Holly McCaig


  2. #2
    we should be able to choose more than one, lol! or at least have an 'all of the above' option.
    ~*~tracey~*~

  3. #3
    how awesome to scrap many styles! i try sometimes and it just always comes out funky! LOL
    Holly McCaig


  4. #4
    Well, I voted Shabby, but I actually try a couple of those styles!
    I <3 DMM!!

    TheMandaBean Blog

    Lil' Sweetie Avatar by SweetMindy

  5. #5
    I love trying on SB styles - I love doing something different.


    Most of the time my pages lean towards a clean, line-it-up look.

    Sometimes I play collage (paper), ultra simple, Becky sketch a LOT. Scraplifts get me to try new things. While lifting another's design, I get to try on a new look (like trying on your friend's clothes). I love playing around!!

  6. #6

    Cool

    WOW, I guess that's why I started digi scrapping! (epiphany)

  7. #7
    I voted for graphic/clean...but I also do Shabby, Grungy, and Funky & Bright. Depends on my mood.
    Bree
    Creating Is My Life



    Proudly creating layouts for: Amanda Rockwell, Amber Clegg, Elemental Scraps, Kathy Moore, Kristin Cronin-Barrow, Miriam Lima, Misty Mareda, Nancy Kubo, and Susan Bartolini!

  8. #8
    I voted shabby, but I think that it's more graphic. I don't know.

    I look at my LOs and think they are bla-zay and not that thrilling.
    (aka Gina)

    The Tea House

  9. #9
    I voted for clean and graphic, but sometimes I also like to try Shabby
    ~Suzy~
    (aka olivia_abi)

    My BLOG

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by holly
    how awesome to scrap many styles! i try sometimes and it just always comes out funky! LOL
    lol! i just go with whatever works for the pictures. sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
    ~*~tracey~*~

  11. #11
    I guess there should have been an option somewhere between grapic and shabby... cuz that's what I am too. I like clean lines but love using shabby & grungy looking papers with them.

  12. #12
    I am definately a clean and graphic scrapper, but since going digital I find that I am using more patterned papers...I don't have that scissor fear that I use to have!

    Heather
    Heather Roselli

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  14. #14
    I voted "graphic and clean" but usually vary my style depending on the photos and the kit I'm using.

  15. #15
    Alot depends on the photo and the kit I use but most often graphic and clean..trying to venture out of my comfort zone...LOL...

  16. #16
    Im never all the sure about what my style is. anyone care to tell me?
    Last edited by juzzie; 10-20-2005 at 03:14 AM.
    Mummy to Katrina & Sabrina

    Published Layouts = 5 and 1 on the way

    Past CT for Designs for Krista, LaWanna Desjardin & Kathy Moore
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  17. #17
    Well, I voted graphic because I tend to be a very linear scrapper. Despite my love for those cluttered collage layouts, I just can't make them work for me and have layout envy when I see others doing it so well. I think I also fall into the shabby category, though, cuz everything I like has to be a bit distressed.

  18. #18
    I think I am a clean lines scrapper...Wish I could get the "collagy" look down (in paper sbing too) but think it looks "messy"...=)
    Karon
    (car-on)
    avatar Dean Yeagle

  19. #19
    I voted shabby.. but it really just depends.. I like my papers shabby..but I tend to lean towards a clean layout I think... then again.. that's today..LOL

  20. #20
    well i voted shabby because i have been leaning towards it recently, but i really would like to try new things and have been trying... i like variety... it's the spice of life, you know!

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